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Ann Duffield won the first renewal with a 20/1 chance last year so her Dutch Art filly Shesadanser, a half-sister to three winners, is worth keeping an eye on. Firecruise is very speedily-bred and is another to note on his debut but experience may count here and HENKE, who was a 66/1 chance when making his debut at Newcastle, almost defied a poor draw with a cracking effort behind Secret Applause and should go one better. Sartorialist showed the benefit of a fair opening run with a better effort at Bath where he was staying on at the finish over the minimum trip. De Repente showed some promise at Haydock and may prove best of the remainder.

Firecruise Firebreak colt out of Catmint.

Henke (IRE) 66-1 (8-6) Behind, driven over 2f out, headway over 1f out, stayed on inside final furlong, went 2nd towards finish, not reach winner, 2nd of 14, 1 3/4l behind Secret Applause (8-9) at Newcastle 6f 2yo mdn aut (5) gd.

It's All A Game 25-1 (9-0) Never better than mid-division, 9th of 14, 17l behind Yorkshire Relish (9-0) at York 6f 2yo sll (3) gf.

Pay The Greek Sleeping Indian colt out of To Grace.

Running Wolf (IRE) Amadeus Wolf gelding out of Monet's Lady.

Sartorialist (IRE) 9-1 (8-13) Behind, headway 2f out, chased leading pair and edged right well over 1f out, stayed on to 2nd final 100 yards, no chance with easy winner, 2nd of 8, 1 1/4l behind Danfazi (8-13) at Bath 5f 2yo mdn aut (6) fm.

Announcement Proclamation filly out of Anapola.

Bridge Of Avon 16-1 (8-12) Dwelt outpaced, 10th of 12, 32l behind Mick's Yer Man (8-10) at Doncaster 5f 2yo stks (4) sft in Mar.

De Repente (IRE) 100-1 (9-0) Behind, some late headway, no threat, 6th of 12, 10l behind Mawfoor (9-5) at Haydock 6f 2yo mdn (5) gf.

Lady Liz 200-1 (9-0) Dwelt, towards rear and outpaced, never dangerous, 7th of 11, 7l behind Ambiance (9-5) at Ripon 5f 2yo mdn (5) gd.

Paparima (IRE) 18-1 (9-0) Very slowy away, in rear and detached, last of 8, 33l behind Champagne Babe (9-0) at Thirsk 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gf in May.

Shesadanser Dutch Art filly out of Broughton Bounty.

Ticking Katie (IRE) 33-1 (9-0) In touch, ridden and weakened over 2f out, 9th of 12, 13l behind Mawfoor (9-5) at Haydock 6f 2yo mdn (5) gf.

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